Four controversial experts will take part in "a bare-knuckle fight" about priorities for African education at this year's eLearning Africa Debate.
Outspoken Scottish entrepreneur and blogger Donald Clark and Namibian teacher and eLearning expert Maggy Beukes-Amiss will square up to "mobile technology crusader" Adele Botha and Angelo Gitonga of the ICT for Education Unit of Kenya's Ministry for Education at the annual war of words. They'll be arguing about whether too much attention has been paid to innovation in education and not enough to sustainability.
If you rely on the Western-dominated global media for your picture of Africa, you will receive a very distorted view. We all have our own experiences of stereotypical images, sweeping generalisations and the “famine and war” agenda that characterise so much of the reporting of Africa to the world.
Sharing the best practices of sustainable classroom computing: join experts from Zambia, Lesotho and the UK in the eLearning Africa interactive session chaired by Dell's David Angwin http://bit.ly/10kBPJj.
To know the whole programme, please visit the following address: http://www.elearning-africa.com/programme_table.php
The eLearning Africa Team
When I was given the opportunity to join Kabissa as a Blogger-in-Chief, my excitement crashed through the roof, and my joy knew no bounds. Naturally, therefore, writing my very first editorial for the Kabissa Newsletter is an emotional and a beautiful moment for me. As an Indian, I have often faced a question by my fellow Indians around me. Why do I love
Africa so much, enough to make me volunteer in any possible way for the country?
Apprentissage & innovation : dans le “Cloud” et sur le “Ground” avec l’esprit Ubuntu. Présidée par l’Honorable Ministre Joel Kaapanda, la séance plénière d’ouverture eLearning Africa 2013 verra les interventions de Mark Kaigwa, Stewart van Graan, Bobana Badisang ains que du Professeur Sugata Mitra et du très honorable Docteur Hage Geingo
Pour en savoir plus sur cette séance plénière d’ouverture, rendez-vous à l’adresse suivante : http://bit.ly/lVioqv
Learning & innovation: In the cloud and on the ground with a spirit of ubuntu. Chaired by the Honourable Minister Joel Kaapanda, the eLearning Africa 2013 opening plenary will feature experts Mark Kaigwa, Stewart van Graan, Bobana Badisang, Prof Sugata Mitra and the Right Honorable Dr Hage Geingo
To know more about the opening plenary, please visit the following address: http://bit.ly/lVioqv